Zek Americans

Word count: 91

Warning: mentions of internment camps.


America.

Land of the free, home of the brave,

Once a place where innocent Japanese people

Were wrongly placed in internment camps –

Incarcerated, beaten – just as the Nazis’ did in Europe,

Treated as though they themselves bombed the harbor

And when all was said and done, their home country

Was victim to a nuclear bomb, which still to this day

Affects the living victims and their descendants.

It took forty years for America to apologize,

But that doesn’t matter anymore.

Because that didn’t change a single thing.

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We The People (Deserve Freedom)

Word count: 223

Trigger warning: 1-2 lines mention abuse and rape under the cut.


It is often said that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

And though it’s true, our corrupt, belittling society forces

Unrealistic, impossibly perfect, debilitating ways

Upon us in the name of being “trendy”, “healthy” and “beautiful”

If we, as a society, could diminish our hypocritic ways,

The United States of America might just finally, finally,

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